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stooge

an actor who feeds lines to a comedian or acts as his foil or butt
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Ani Khachoian, C3's Executive Vice President of Licensing & Consumer Products, said "Photorealism is the one of the world's largest fine arts dealerships focusing solely on photorealist artwork, so this adds another quality licensee to The Three Stooges brand.
Organiser Ken Kaye said: "We look forward to taking people back to those heady days when an evening would be spent in a flea-ridden, smoke-filled picture palace, sniggering at the antics of the Three Stooges or marvelling at travel documentaries of exotic places you had little hope of ever visiting.
The Three Stooges branded slot game is themed around one of the property's most memorable shorts called Disorder in the Court.
BAD POINTS: The Stooges kept their films short and the tomfoolery wears thin when spread across a full length feature.
In many ways, The Three Stooges is an attempt to go right back to basics - with slapstick, slapstick and even more slapstick.
The Three Stooges wears thin by the end of the first chapter and the cartoon violence between the main protagonists becomes repetitive.
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fools a cent wh hsae Set in the modern day, the Stooges face a race against time to raise $830,000 that'll the orphanage d ra rai save where they grew up.
LEGENDARY Godfathers of punk Iggy & The Stooges are heading to Scotland.
PAWNED FROM THE SAME seedy gene pool as The Velvet Underground and The Stooges, Palm Desert, California's Queens of the Stone Age are making rack and roil feel dangerous and dirty again with their infectious brand of ominous desert rock.
Additionally, the Stooges will promote funnel cakes, hamburgers, and cheese bread via digital menu boards and signage featuring the three characters at park food locations.
After revolutionising rock with punk pioneers The Stooges in the late 1960s, he survived heroin addiction to make his classic mid-period albums with David Bowie.